I'm working on a pitch for an EPEC -- an "Experimental Program in Education and Community" -- for next semester, which is basically like a class without a teacher. The tentative title I have on the whiteboard I've started writing for it is "Aesthetic Fugue."
The idea is a creative writing workshop that focuses less on the work produced and more on the experience and practice of the writing itself. I'm hoping I can get a handful of other creative writing people involved, and we can come up with a bunch of different ways we can try experimenting with our process, ideally starting to figure out (a.) what works for us and what doesn't, and more importantly (b.) how to evaluate fluently whether something is working for us.
If I get it off the ground I'm sure I'll write about it a lot next semester.